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22nd Apr '18 8:01:44 PM harostar
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* In ''Franchise/LoveLive'', the school the main characters attend didn't have enough prospective students coming in and was going close, so Honoka Kousaka made a school idol group in order to draw people to their school since school idols were popular.

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* In ''Franchise/LoveLive'', the storied (read: old) Otonokizaka High School is unable to compete with newer, fancier schools for prospective students. To prevent their school from being shut down, Honoka and her friends form a School Idol group to attract new students to their school.
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the main characters attend didn't have sequel, ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'', Chika is inspired to do the same thing to save her failing school. [[spoiler: It ends up failing, as there simply aren't enough prospective students coming in and was going close, so Honoka Kousaka made a school idol group in order to draw people to their school since school idols were popular.rural sea-side village]].
24th Feb '18 2:48:08 AM jormis29
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* ''Babes in Arms''. Note that, although it shares this trope with the Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney movie it inspired, it's got a completely different score, plot and set of characters.
* In ''Nunsense'' (1985), the Little Sisters of Hoboken, having fallen on hard times, put on a show to pay for a series of funerals. [[spoiler: Most of the congregation fell victim to a tainted vichyssoisse, and due to a lack of funds several of the bodies are still in the freezer.]]

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* ''Babes in Arms''.''Theatre/BabesInArms''. Note that, although it shares this trope with the Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney movie it inspired, it's got a completely different score, plot and set of characters.
* In ''Nunsense'' ''Theatre/{{Nunsense}}'' (1985), the Little Sisters of Hoboken, having fallen on hard times, put on a show to pay for a series of funerals. [[spoiler: Most of the congregation fell victim to a tainted vichyssoisse, and due to a lack of funds several of the bodies are still in the freezer.]]
24th Feb '18 2:46:57 AM jormis29
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-->-- '''[[Creator/JudyGarland Patsy Barton]]''', ''Babes in Arms''

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-->-- '''[[Creator/JudyGarland Patsy Barton]]''', ''Babes in Arms''
''Film/BabesInArms''
22nd Feb '18 7:52:40 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/BabesInArms'', with Creator/JudyGarland and MickeyRooney, of course. And it's hardly the only one they did. In fact, one of the ''That's Entertainment!'' films did a FullyAutomaticClipShow where Rooney's characters from his films suggested they put on a show.

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* ''Film/BabesInArms'', with Creator/JudyGarland and MickeyRooney, Creator/MickeyRooney, of course. And it's hardly the only one they did. In fact, one of the ''That's Entertainment!'' films did a FullyAutomaticClipShow where Rooney's characters from his films suggested they put on a show.
12th Jan '18 3:32:26 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/TheYoungOnes'', the 1961 [[Music/CliffRichard Cliff Richard]] movie, had exactly this plot, except they were trying to save a youth club.

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* ''Film/TheYoungOnes'', ''Film/TheYoungOnes1961'', the 1961 [[Music/CliffRichard Cliff Richard]] movie, had exactly this plot, except they were trying to save a youth club.
20th Oct '17 9:10:59 PM LadyNorbert
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* The ''Film/TheBluesBrothers'' put on a show to get money to save the Catholic orphanage. However, they were already a successful and good band before the orphanage needed saving, were forced to blackmail their manager to actually get a gig on such short notice, and let's not even get into how much trouble PuttingTheBandBackTogether was...

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* The ''Film/TheBluesBrothers'' put on a show to get money to save the Catholic orphanage. However, they were already a successful and good band before the orphanage needed saving, were forced to blackmail their manager to actually get a gig on such short notice, and let's not even get into how much trouble PuttingTheBandBackTogether was...



* ''Film/WhiteChristmas'' was like this, but for their old Army commander's ski lodge.
* This forms the basis for ''Film/ItsAVeryMerryMuppetChristmasMovie'' and ''[[Film/TheMuppets The Muppets]]''. Sure, they had two TV shows about putting on a show, but in these films they're doing it to save the theater.

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* ''Film/WhiteChristmas'' was is like this, but for their old Army commander's ski lodge.
* This forms the basis for both ''Film/ItsAVeryMerryMuppetChristmasMovie'' and ''[[Film/TheMuppets The Muppets]]''. Sure, they had two TV shows about putting on a show, but in these films they're doing it to save the theater.



* In ''Nunsense'' (1985), the Little Sisters of Hoboken, having fallen on hard times put on a show to pay for a series of funerals. [[spoiler: Most of the congregation fell victim to a tainted vichyssoisse, due to a lack of funds several of the bodies are still in the freezer.]]

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* In ''Nunsense'' (1985), the Little Sisters of Hoboken, having fallen on hard times times, put on a show to pay for a series of funerals. [[spoiler: Most of the congregation fell victim to a tainted vichyssoisse, and due to a lack of funds several of the bodies are still in the freezer.]]
9th Oct '17 7:11:05 PM PaulA
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* In ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'' the cast saved their building and in following seasons put on a show as a charitable gesture meant to entertain the people at the local Senior Citizens' center every New Year's Eve.

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* In ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'' Time|1975}}'' the cast saved their building and in following seasons put on a show as a charitable gesture meant to entertain the people at the local Senior Citizens' center every New Year's Eve.
9th Oct '17 6:40:47 PM PaulA
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* In ''Series/OneDayAtATime'' the cast saved their building and in following seasons put on a show as a charitable gesture meant to entertain the people at the local Senior Citizens' center every New Year's Eve.

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* In ''Series/OneDayAtATime'' ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1974}}'' the cast saved their building and in following seasons put on a show as a charitable gesture meant to entertain the people at the local Senior Citizens' center every New Year's Eve.
11th Sep '17 6:45:05 PM tooearlyinthemorning
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* In ''Franchise/LoveLive'', the school the main characters go to didn't have enough prospective students coming in and was going close, so Honoka made an idol group in order to draw people to their school since school idols were popular.

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* In ''Franchise/LoveLive'', the school the main characters go to attend didn't have enough prospective students coming in and was going close, so Honoka Kousaka made an a school idol group in order to draw people to their school since school idols were popular.
11th Sep '17 6:43:27 PM tooearlyinthemorning
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* In ''Franchise/LoveLive'', the school the main characters go to didn't have enough prospective students coming in and was going close, so Honoka made an idol group in order to draw people to their school since school idols were popular.
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